On View February 15 – 26, 2017
“conjuring // other planes of there is a multimedia installation experience through Black and Brown radical imaginations and dream power. it is a living archive of the power we wield to actualize. this installation experience is heavily inspired by the fabulist and prophetic works and eternal cosmic energies of Harriet Tubman, Sun Ra, Isabelle Allende, Henry Dumas, Mae Carol Jemison, and Octavia Butler and so many more who astrally projected themselves and their people into freedom. into liberated states of being.”
Calling all zany Black and Brown creators in Durham (all levels of experience) for speculative visual art, experimental sound or video art (7 min limit), multimedia pieces, kinetic art, short form performance, artifacts from other galaxies/time…
Send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submission is Tuesday 2/14.
All are welcome. It is always free to view exhibits at The Carrack during open daytime hours. There is a $5 suggested donation for events to support the presenting artists (unless other specified).
Friday, February 17, 6 – 9 pm: Opening Reception during Third Friday Durham with live DJ sets by Gem, Ves and Brynn
Sunday, February 19, 7 pm: Screening of Space Is The Place
Space Is The Place is an 85-minute Afrofuturist science fiction film directed by John Coney, written by Sun Ra and Joshua Smith, and featuring Sun Ra and his Arkestra.
Monday, February 20, 7 – 9:30 pm: Weird Arab Cinema
Screening of excerpts from experimental films by Larissa Sansour and Roy Dib and Divine Intervention by Elia Suleiman
Tuesday, February 21, 7 pm: Sistah Sinema Durham presents Money Matters
Money Matters is a feature length narrative film that explores many of the difficulties facing queer youth of color.
Sistah Sinema is the official home of queer women of color (QWOC) cinema. In addition to events showcasing films by and about QWOC, each film is followed by a discussion, creating an opportunity to connect with other womyn and gather safely to have your voice heard, expressed and supported. While discussion will focus on the queer womyn of color, all members of the community are welcome.
Thursday, February 23:
Friday, February 24, 6:30 – 8:30 pm: Diasporadical Salon: WE ARE HERE
An evening of poetry and text-based performances by Muslim, Immigrant, Black, and Brown artists.
Saturday, February 25, 7 – 9 pm: Closing Night
Live DJ sets by Gem, Ves, and Brynn
February 15, 2017